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$1,779 43

Donations, Legacies and Interest from April 1, 1887, to February 1, 1888

40,591 59 $42,371 02

Total receipts for present year from all sources

$272,017 29

Contributions and Legacies

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(Contributions and legacies not otherwise MASSACHUSETTS, $2,405.40.

South Boston Ch., L.H. M. noted are for general purposes. A* de

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43 31 notes that contributions are for educational Cambridge, B. 0. Pierce, Jr... 15 oo North Scituate, Friends.. purposes; and C.E.F. for Church Edi. A Friend

3 oo

*For Richmond Theol. Sem. : fice Fund.)

Shelburne Falls Ch.

8 oo North Scituate, H.T. Bailey Western Ch.

33 41

and J. M. Litchfield, Boston, A Friend.

Middleboro, Central S. S..

50 00 Lower Mills Ch. MAINE, $170.46.

17 50

Watertowu, Mrs. Capen. 25 oo
West Townsend Ch.

3 90
Boston, Mrs. A. J. Loud..

50 00 Winchester Ch

10 44

*For Hartshorn Mem'l College: Hartland, Mrs. M. E. Pratt.

2 00
Lawrence, First Ch, by Andrew

Chelsea, Mrs. C. G. Far-
Bangor, Second Ch.

19 00
Sharp

12 50
well...

25 oo Old Cambridge Ch West Levant Ch..

257 13

Fall River, Miss S. Louise
4 00
Newton Centre, S.W. Hamblen

4 00

Coburn. Bath Ch..

10 00 Reading Ch. Damariscotta Ch

5 69 Mattapan, Mrs. Sarah G. 46 33 Huntington Ch.

54 50

Bates. Auburn, Court St. Ch.

I 15 27 28 Clinton, First Ch. Yarmouth Ch.

41 26 *For Jackson College, Miss.: 5 02 No. Chelmsford, Mrs. S. R. Ed.

Melrose, A Lady. Oakland Ch

25 00 wards. * For Spelman Sem., Ga. :

25 00 C. E. F. Boston, Mrs. C. M. Leicester, Greenville Ch.

8 44 Winch, for Santa Rosa Ch., Hancock Point, Mrs. Maria Greenfield Ch..

Mexico L. Crabtree.

50 oo 4 75 Littleton Ch.

32 75

For Oldham Ch. Dakota.. * For Wayland Sem., D. C.:

50 oo Poriland, Mr. Russell. ....

Fall River, First Ch.

441 77 Westfield, Mrs. M. E. Ler-
500 Granville Ch...
42 75

1 oo S. S...

Watertown, Two Friends.. 100 00 NEW HAMPSHIRE, $849.78. Charlestown, Bunker Hill Ch..

Old Cambridge Ch..
Middleboro, Cent. Ch., Rope

Newton Centre, W. B. H.
Milford Ch., in add..
4 63 Holders Soc...

11 54
M. S.

IO oo Dover, Central Ave. Ch..... 25 00 East Gloucester Ch..

5 19 Boston, Mrs. Dorcas RedFreedom Ch... 2 00 Dighton Ch..

ford.

5 00 Lake Village, Rev. K. S. Hall.

Whitman Ch.
31 00 Andover, A Friend.

50 00 Keene, First Ch.. 51 43 Hingham Ch..

6 50 Concord, Pleasant St. Ch. 16 oo Andover Ch.

27 50

LEGACIES.
Holliston Ch

11 45 •For Richmond Theol. Sem. Va. :

Manchester Ch

10 35

Danversport, Estate of Benjamin
Danbury, Rev. DeForest
North Reading Ch..

Porter, interest ..

12 00 Safford. Worcester, First Ch. Concert

Fitchburg, Estate of Susanah C. E, F, Friends

Stone. 50 00 Collection

58 00 Richmond, Mrs. J. H. Mer

East Long Meadow Ch.

2 50 rifield. 500 *For Atlanta Sem., New Build

RHODE ISLAND, $411.60. ing: LEGACIES.

Boston, E. S. Converse... Claremont, Estate of Hiram

250 00 Providence, Mt. Pleasant Ch..

13 75 * For Atlanta Seminary, Ga.:

Fourth Ch., Quarterly Coll. 46 08 Webb 275 72 Chelsea S. S. of First Ch...

50 00

Ch. and S. S. * Milford, Estate in part of Phebe *For Spelman Sem., New Build

Cranston St. Ch...... D. Hutchinson, desig

131 50 400 oo ing:

Phoenix, First Ch...

4 27 Boston, H. S. Chase.

100 00 *For Hartshorn Mem'l College:
VERMONT, $10.50.
Newton Centre, Rev. O.W.

Providence, Cranston St.
Gates

5 00

Ch. Y. L' H. M. Soc... Lunenburg, H. S. Thomas.... 4 50 For Spelman Seminary, Ga.:

C. E. F. Providence, Miss E. Bakersville, Mrs. J. K. Maynard 6 oo Westminster S. S.

B. Welch.

13 60

5 00

10 00

48 94

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9 85

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CONNECTICUT, $301.82.
PENNSYLVANIA, $1,331.07.

TENNESSEE, $379.00.
New Haven, Swede Ch...

6 62
Philadelphia, Germantown ad Ch.

Memphis, Rev. H. and Mrs.
Grand St. Ch..
13 70 Wom. H. M. Soc. desig...

Woodsmall 54 92

23 oo Bridgeport, Rev. Wm. Ritzman

J. M. Spratt, D.D...

*For Roger Williams University : desig

5 00 5 oo New London, First Ch....

Angora Ch.

25 00

Nashville per Rev. A. Owen,
Frankford Ave. S. S.

D. D. *For Benedict Institute, S. C.:

15 75

50 00 So. Broad St. Ch.

32 02 * Roger Williams University : Wom. Bapt. H. M. Union. T12 50 Mrs. G. W. Knowles C. E. F. Jewett City S. S..

500 oo Students for Tuition.

143 00 Olivet Ch..

19 20

Room Rent..

go oo Meriden, First Ch....

100 00
Blockley Ch.

30 33
Sundry..

73 oo
Frankford Ch.
NEW YORK, $2,816.06.
Pittsburgh, 4th Ave. Ch., La-

NORTH CAROLINA, $209.20. dies' Aid Soc..

25 oo New York City, Epiphany Ch. Ulysses First Ch..

*Raleigh, Shaw University :

8 50 Meadville Ch..

Students for Tuition

13 75 McDougal St. Ch.. 2 00 Colmar, Montgomery Ch. bal.. 2 25

Room Rent.. Riverside Ch..

43 32 Warren Ch... Calvary Ch., in part..

10 00 Brooklyn, Washington Ave.Ch. No. Sewichly Providence Ch.. 15 00

SOUTH CAROLINA, $378.81. 704 32 Cain's Pequa Ch Emanuel Ch., A Member, West Conshocken, Balligomin.

*Columbia, Benedict Institute desig

Students for Tuition...
go Church and Sunday School 12 25
First Ch., by Mrs. Anna
Brush Valley, Pine Flat Ch. by

Room Rent..
Godfrey, desig ::

197 07 5 00

Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Run. Mrs. Jane Davis, desig..

5 oo No. Tonawanda, First Ch.

yan..

4 00

GEORGIA, $472.73.
4 77 Lancaster, Miss S. S. Le Fevre
Auburn, First Ch..

104 75
desig..

* For Spelman Sem. New BuildStephenton Ass'n.

50
6 28
*For Spelman Sem. New Bld'g:

ing: Albany, Calvary Ch.

100 VO S. S. Philadelphia, A Friend....

Atlanta, Collections per

50 oo 50 00

Miss H. E. Giles..... *For Shaw University, N. C.: Kingston Ch

78 00 25 27 Afton Ch

Philadelphia, sth Ch. Mrs.

*For Spelman Sem. :
13 бо
B. Griffith

Atlanta, Mrs. J. S. Mallory
Norwich Ch.

50 00 20 00

Miss E. O. Werden.... Fulton Ch..

*For Wayland Sem. D. C.;

31 45
Troy, Fifth Ch.
Philadelphia, Mrs. R. S.

Spelman Seminary:
351 73
Trevor

100 co
Students, for tuition.

230 69 Second Ch 19 85 C. E. F. Philadelphia, Mrs.

Atlanta Seminary S. S.. 5 00 B. Griffith..

Students, for tuition.

134 75 Amenia Ch.

13 00 Pittsburgh, 4th
Ave. Bible

Sundry

19 29 Hamilton, First Ch.

155 36

School, C. B. Rondout, First Ch..

136 65 Pittsburgh, Mrs. Clara A. PorSouth Ballston, E. D. Garnsey

FLORIDA, $95.55. and family, Mem'l Gift. 100 00

* Live Oak, Florida, Institute: Spencerport, Mrs. Mary Upton 2 00

Students, for tuition.. Mrs. Martha A. Smith

LEGACY. 50

room rent... Chittenango, A Friend

300 Rochester, Estate of Mary A. Knowlesville Ch.

15 40 McDowel... Penn Yan, Mrs. Sarah A. Doo

MISSISSIPPI, $505.21. little.. IO OO

Simon Chapel.... Port Jefferson, First Ch.

21 30

DELAWARE, $50.00. "Jackson, Jackson Coll. : *For Atlanta Sem., New Build

John F. Slater Fund..

266 66 ing: Wilmington, ad Ch. desig....

Students, for tuition..

150 55 Troy, J. DeGolyer... 250 oo

room rent.... F. A. Fales

100 00 Justus Miller

MARYLAND, $25.00. 50 00

ARKANSAS, $17.75. *For Richmond Theol. Sem.: Mt. Vernon, E. Trolt...

* For Wayland Seminary, D. C.; 30 oo

Brinkley. Collections

per Rev. *For Benedict Institute, S. C.:

Baltimore, North St. Ch...

25 00
J. M. Harris...

17 75 New York City, D. I. Car

25 oo
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, $196.03.

TEXAS, $302.30.
· For Bishop College, Tex.:
Utica, Mrs. N. A. Johnson

Marshall, H. H. Culver. *For Indian University, I. T.:

18.00 Washington Calvary Ch..... 26 03 -For Bishop College:
Brockport, First S. S
* For Wayland Seminary, D. C. :

Woman's Mission Soc. of
Arcade, by Miss Ellen Bow-
Washington, A Friend...

Texas..
Wayland Seminary, Grad-
3 25

*Marshall, Bishop College: C. E. F. Hoosick, First Ch..

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40 35 Students, for tuition...

193 30 New York City, Riverside Wayland Seminary, Stu

room rent.... 70 50 Ch..... 50 00

OHIO, $725 95.
NEW JERSEY, $3,107.22.

VIRGINIA, $500.54.
Granville, First Ch.

98 05 Bucyrns, First Ch

11 45 Piscataway Ch. 65 09 *For Hartshorn Mem'l College:

Litcnfield, First Ch Stelton Bible School..

Richmond, Education and 20 00

South Charleston, Lisbon Ch.. 745 Friendship S. S..

Mission Society.
4 13 Dayton, First Ch..

534 00 Union S. s.

II 75
John F. Slater Fund.

216 66 : "For Roger Williams Univ.: Piscataway, Town Chapel.

Hartshorn Mem'l College: 13 25

Haskins, Rev. C. A. McJersey City First Ch.

Students for Tuition ....

Manis and Wite

50 00 First Ch. Monthly Concert,

Room Rent 5 14

26 25 *For Spelman Seminary.--New S. S.

Sundry.. 25 00

25 Building: Columbus Ch.

8 85
*For Richmond Theol Seminary:

Dayton, L. Mission
East Orange First Ch.

Education Board, of State 127 59

Soc. of Linden Ave. Ch. John Tenbroeck.

Convention 30 00

125 00 *For Cherokee Academy, I. T.: New Market Ch..

Richmond Theol. Seminary: 30 00

Dayto., National Military Newark, Mrs. Elizabeth B.

Students for Tuition...

Home...... Smith, desig

25 00 Asbury Park S. S. 17 85 WEST VIRGINIA, $23.23.

MICHIGAN, $915.45. Holmdel Ch. 36 oo

2 oo Vineland Ch

Vassar, Rev. P. Forbes.
67 72
Hamilton Square Ch.

Morgantown S. S.
2 00 Menomince, First Ch.

7 50 C. E. F. Piscataway Ch..

Clarksburg Ch
2 15 Lansing, First Ch..

70 74
43 oo
Lost River Ch......
2 00 Ishpeming, Swedish Ch...

7 41 Grafton Ch... LEGACY.

13 08, For Atlanta Sem. New B'd'ng.: Lewiston, Rev. W. G. Hoover,

Grand Rapids, D. A. BlodIrvington, Estate of John Dow

J. S. Hoover

get....

100 oo ley 2,500 00 Racine, F. McVickers.

I oo
E. L. Briggs....

100 oo

25 26

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119 6;

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18 87

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John Calkins.

100 00 Burlington, Rev. H. Williams, Rev. I. Butterfield.

Garfield Ch... 100 00 desig..

2 oo

5 00 S. W. Osterout.

Spokane Falls Ch.
50 00

*Clarence, Mrs. S. S. Camp... 2 00
F. D. Gilbert
*For Spelman Sem., Ga. :

Ellensburg Ch.
50 00

5 00 A. B. Watson

Rosalia Ch... 25 00 Anamosa, Home Miss. C'le 20 00

3 15 Wm. McMuller.

25 oo

*For Atlanta Sem , Ga.:
Julius Hanseman.
20 00 Anamosa Mrs. Spencer

IDAHO, $6.50
M. L. Sweet.

25 00
Alden.

25 00
H. Widdicomb.
25 00 C. E. F. Shelden Ch....

Rathdrum Ch.
5 oo

1 50 O. S. Waters. 25 oo

C.E. F. Caldwell Ch......

5 00 J. M. Barnett.

50 oo

LEGACY.
W. B. Ledyard.
25 oo Mt. Vernon, Estate of Desire B.

OREGON, $32.45.
Allen Durfee..

25 00
White

12 50
Sundry Collections.

Oregon State Convention.

22 35 * For Atlanta Seminary, Ga. :

MISSOURI, $176.34

Portland, Swede Ch.. Ypsilanti S. S. 10 00

C. E. F. Pendleton Ch.....

7 50 C. E. F. Detroit, Clinton

St. Louis, Park Av. Ch., in
Ave. S. S. for Charlevoix Ch.

part
Third Ch., desig.

NEVADA, $20.00.

100 00
Kirkwood Ch.
INDIANA, $110.69.
Carrollton, L, B. Ely

Wadsworth, per Rev. J. M.
25 00

Helsley.. Franklin, Hurricane Ch..

Hannibal Ch., in add.

5 00 4 09 Greensburg, First Ch.

C. E, F, Carrollton, L. B. Ely 6 60

25 00

CALIFORNIA, $408.25. Madison, First Ch

58 17 Hubert's Creek Ch

783
INDIAN TERRITORY, $219.16.

San Francisco, First Ch., desig.

15 co Aurora, First Ch...

34 00
Muscogee, Rev. Sam'l Solomon

Los Angeles, Swedish Ch
1 00

State Convention ... *For Indian University :

173 00 ILLINOIS, $514.75. Students, for tuition.

C.E.F. Los Gatos S.S.-C.B.

9 25 *For Cherokee Academy: Macomb, Rev. J. O. Metcalf

LEGACY.
Muscogee, Rev. A. c. Ba.
and wife

10 00
cone..

35 00 Duodee Ch..

San Francisco, Estate of Mary 50 oo Students, for tuition.

121 45 Chicago, Fourth Ch

200 00

J. Francis...
200 00 *For Sa-sak-wa School:
Western Ave. Ch, in add.. 5 30 Sa-sak-wa, Mrs. W. P.
First Church..

MEXICO, $10.67,
79 50
Blake

1 66
Electa Goodrich.
Sublette, Mrs. C. F. Ingalls...

Monterey, coll., per Rev, I.M. 10 00

KANSAS, $1500. Grandville Ch., by Mr. Whit

Westrup

793 aker..

C. E. F. Salinas Ch... .... 2 09 Jamestown Ch. 10 00

3 50 Sterling, George P. Perry

2 бо
Rev. J. T. Farley

I OO
Belvidere, First Church.
18 20 C. E. F. Colony Ch

WOM. BAPT. HOME MISS. Kankakee, Danish Ch..

3 00
Garnett, First Ch.

10 00

SOCIETY, $25.00. Stillman Valley Ch..

49 00 *For Shaw University, N.C.:

NEBRASKA, $134 24.

*For Indian University, I.T... 25 oo Stillman Valley S.S.

25 oo *For Cherokee Academy, I.T.;

Columbus Ch.

5 oo WOM. BAPT HOME MISS. Elgin Ch.. 2 oo Rushville Ch.

2 00 C. E. F.

Rev. L. Llewellyn

SOCIETY, MICH., $25'00. Chicago, Provi

1 25

Central City, Coll', per Rev. ). dence Ch J. Keeler..

For Indian Univ., I. T........ Newark, S. Sleeger.

25 00 103 05

Omaha Ch Rock Island, Swede Ch.

3 94 Hartington Ch.

WOM. AM. BAPT. HOME MISS.

5 oo Franklin S. S.

2 00

SOCIETY, $949.10.
WISCONSIN, $20.86.
Ponca Ch

2 50
Red Cloud, a friend, desig..

5 oo

For teacher at State Univ., Ky.. 133 32 Bangor, Miss Hannah Williams

State Convention
I oo

Hartshorn
4 50

For Teachers at Lodi Ch., desig. 10 36

Mem'l College

170 00 S. S., desig.

DAKOTA, $25.40.

For teachers at Utah School... 4 50

220 00 Superior, Mr. and Mrs. S. H.

“ Cherokee Acad. 50 00 Clough, desig....

5 00
Fargo, Swede Ch,

3 00

“ Wayland Sen..
Cooperstown Ch.

5 00
“* Benedict Inst...

50 00 C. E. F. Canton Ch

4 75

" Indian Univ... 100 00 MINNESOTA, $151.78.

Fust Ch.

10 65

"• Dallas School.. Watertown Ch

2 oo

« Beaufort “ St. Paul, Woodland Ch. Y, P.

“ Mexico Schools 48 00 Soc.

3 25

COLORADO, $34.70. First Ch., desig.

Total

$21,136 87 Las Animas Ch.

30 oo

Home Mission Monthly....
IOWA, $1,587.89.

Denver, Broadway Ch., desig.. 2 15
C. E. F, Durango,

J. G. SNELLING, Treasurer,
Washington, Coll', per Rev. N.
First S.S.-C. B.

7 Beekman Street.

2 55 B. Rairden Council Bluffs, per Rev. D. H.

WYOMING TER., $13.40. Cooley...

3 50 Sioux City, Swede Ch.. 3 50 Cheyenne Ch.

13 40 Northwood Ch.

DONATIONS OF CLOTHING,

NEW MEXICO, 85.or.
Clarence, Mrs. S. S. Camp
Conway, Mrs. M. C. Boling

C. E. F. Raton Ch.....

South Berwick, Me., Church, barrel to Charles City Ch

5 oo 25 oo

13 80

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Nebraska. Grinnell Ch., in part.

13 34 S. S., desig

MONTANA,'$15.00.

Nashua, N. H., Women's Home Mis2 oo

sion Society, barrel to Ind. Ter., $20. Indianola Ch 3 25 Sheridan, J. K. Hartt.

5 00

Adams, Mass., Woman's Home Mission Somerset Ch. 307 Mrs. J. Spencer...

10 со

Society, barrel to Ind. Ter., $95. Des Moines, East Ch, by Mrs.

Middletown, Conn., Woman's Home Dr. Holland

ARIZONA, $5.00.

Mission Society, barrel to Minnesota. Grand Junction Ch. 66

Buffalo, N. Y., Prospect Ave. Church, Cherokee Ch 20 oo Tucson Ch......

5 00

barrel and freight to Ind. Ter., $87. Nevada Wom. Miss. Circle.. 5 00

Buffalo, N. Y., Delaware Ave. Church, Sherman S.S.

WASHINGTON TERRITORY, box to Dakota. Burlington, First Ch., in add. 28 11

$429.99.

New York, N. Y., Ladies' Benevolent Walnut St. Ch.. 2 95

Society of Calvary Church, barrel and exState Convention .. 1,000 00 Seattle, Collections per Rev. A.

press to Dakota, $55. Anamosa, Mrs. M. K. Alden ..

60 oo
B. Banks

397 59

Port Huron, Mich., Church, box of tools Boone, First Ch.... 20 00 Cheney Ch

3 85 to Jackson College, Miss.

9 28

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We have closed the year without debt. The largest single check ever received by For this we are truly thankful. But how has the Society was brought to New York by Dr. it been done? By offerings proportionate to Mason, District Secretary for New England, the work of the Society? No. But by the on March 5th. It was a check payable to legacies of unusual amounts. From the Chil- | the order of the Society, from the Executors son legacy, received a little more than a year of the estate of Ex-Governor Coburn, of ago, there remained a balance of $23,000, Maine, for the sum of $188,000. with which the work of the present year was begun. At the end of the year a deficiency of $13,000 existed which was met by the Coburn legacy. In other words, had it not

Let no one think that the reception of a been for help from these two sources, the large portion of the Coburn legacy relieves receipts for the year would have fallen $36, the friends of the Society from the necessity ooo short of the expenditures. If, therefore,

of as liberal offerings as hitherto, for the work no larger offerings shall be made the coming of Home Missions. This amount is wholly

needed for the strengthening and enlargeyear, while the proportions of our work re

But

ment of our work the next three years. main unchanged, it will require not less than one-third of the $100,000 that is applicable no advance will be possible if contributions from the Coburn legacy for general purposes, the gifts of the dead lessen the responsibilities

fall off on account of this legacy. Let not to meet the deficiency at the end of the year. Where, then, is the prospect of much enlarge

of the living ment?

Hon. Percival Bonney, of Portland, Maine, It is impracticable to publish the usual who has represented the Home Mission Soreceipts for the past month and issue the ciety in the Coburn will contest, has attended Monthly on time; inasmuch as the Treas- to the important interest committed to him urer's books did not close until April 11th, with such ability, fidelity, courtesy, and conand the unusual demands connected with the sideration in the matter of compensation for end of the financial year, render the imme- his valuable services, as to place the Society diate preparation of receipts for the printer, under special obligations to him, in the favorimpracticable.

able issue of the case.

The Railway Passengers' Associations have WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON : BEGINNING 2.15. fixed rates for attendants at the Washington

4.–To awaken and sustain a stronger inMeetings at one and one-third fare for the terest throughout the denomination, in higher round trip, on the certificate plan.

Christian Education.- Rev. T. 1. Eaton,
D.D., Ky.

5.—To furnish a suitable arena for the conThe meetings of the Home Mission Soci- sideration of facts and questions pertaining to ety at Washington will begin Wednesday our Educational work.- Rev. H. L. Moreevening, May 16th, closing Thursday even-house, D.D., N. Y. ing, 17th. Reports from the standing com

6.—Report of the Educational Committee mittees of the Society are expected from Rev. on the Constitution of the proposed Society. David Spencer, D.D., Pa.; Rev. John Hump--- Rev. J. B. Thomas, D.D., Mass. stone, D.D., N. Y.; Rev. Thomas Rogers,

General Business.
D.D., N. Y.; Rev. T. C. Johnson, W. Va.;
Rev. R. B. Cook, D.D., Del.; Rev. S. H.
Greene, D. C.; Rev. J. H. Griffith, D. D.,

PERSONALS.
N. Y.; Rev. T. W. Goodspeed, D.D., Ill. It
is also expected that the following brethren

Rev. D. C. Eddy, D.D., Pastor of the First will speak on topics requiring the considera- Baptist Church, Brooklyn, E. D., has been tion of the Society : Rev. Wayland Hoyt, elected a member of the Executive Board in D.D., Pa. ; Rev. G. M. P. King, D. C.; Rev. place of Rev. J. B. Thomas, D.D., whose reD. N. Vassar, Va.; Rev. J. C. Grimmell, N. moval to Newton, Mass., has already been anY. ; Rev. Edw. Ellis, Mich.; Rev. A. K. nounced. Parker, D.D., III.; Rev. H. C. Woods, D.D., Rev. Dwight Spencer, aster a successful winNeb.; Rev. H. C. Mabiė, D.D., Minn.; ter's work as representative of the Society in Rev. W. M. Kincaid, Cal. Rev. Reuben Iowa and Missouri, returns to his western field, Jeffrey, D.D., Ind., is to preach the annual including Utah, Idaho and Montana, about sermon.

May ist, to attend to missionary matters therein.

Rev. Robert Cameron began his work as The following is the programme of the General Missionary in Colorado April 1st. Educational Convention to be held in Washington, D. C., May 16th, 1888, as arranged | called at the Rooms on his return from Europe,

Rev. J. Q. A. Henry, of Portland, Oregon, by the Education Committee appointed under called at the Rooms on his return from Europe,

in April. He has not yet sufficiently recovered the Minneapolis resolutions:

from the severe accident which befel him in the WEDNESDAY FORENOON: BEGINNING 9.30. early stages of his European trip, to enable him

But he is hope After the organization of the Convention, to resume preaching at once. addresses will be delivered in advocacy of a

ful and courageous as usual. General Baptist Education Society, as follows : Rev. Dr. William M. Haigh, of Chicago, the

1.–To establish Fellowships and Lecture Society's esteemed Superintendent of Missions ships on a liberal basis for Baptist Institutions for the West, expects to take a summer excur. of learning.-Rev. W. Scott, N. Y.

sion to Japan, to visit his daughter, Mrs. Fisher,

who is at one of the mission stations of the 2.—To resist sectarian aggressions on com- Missionary Union, and at the same time to obmon school and public funds.—Rev. 0. P. tain needed change and relaxation from the Eaches, D.D., N. J.

duties of his position. 3.—To aid in the establishment of Institu.

The admirable address of Hon. J. M. Hoyt tions of learning under Baptist auspices, at the funeral services of Rev. S. B. Page, D.D., especially in the West.- Rev. Geo. C. Iori- leaves little to be added concerning our highly mer, D.D., III.

esteemed brother who so efficiently served the

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